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Report of the forty-second session of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) | Directives volontaires visant à assurer la durabilité de la pêche artisanale dans le contexte de la sécurité alimentaire et de l'éradication de la pauvreté | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Directives volontaires visant à assurer la durabilité de la pêche artisanale dans le contexte de la sécurité alimentaire et de l'éradication de la pauvreté Généralités Directives sur la pêche artisanale Sensibilisation Un nouvel éclairage sur les captures non visibles Mise en œuvre Nouvelles et événements Ressources Report of the forty-second session of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) Documents 13/05/2019 The forty-second session of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean as well as the ninth session of the Committee on Administration and Finance was attended by delegates of 22 contracting parties, as well as of four cooperating non-contracting parties and two non-contracting parties. (...) Futhermore, the Commission agreed to launch its second performance review in 2019 and welcomed the establishment of five subregional technical units in Bulgaria, Croatia, Lebanon, Spain and Tunisia.
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Score: 1193073.5 - https://www.fao.org/voluntary-...ources/detail-fr/fr/c/1196195/
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In the year 2019, there were eighteen (18) cases of femicide; five (5) women were killed by their intimate partners and thirteen (13) were killed by others. (...) The Israel Prisons System reports that as of April 2021, there are one thousand two hundred and forty-one (1,241) prisoners serving sentences for domestic violence, and seven hundred and thirty-five (735) detainees; among whom four hundred and eight (408) have a domestic violence profile. (...) Office of the Deputy Attorney General (International Law) 8 domestic violence are serving sentences of up to three (3) years; fifty-seven (57) percent are serving sentences of more than three (3) years, among whom twelve (12) percent are serving life-sentences. Forty-five (45) percent of prisoners for domestic violence committed the crime against their female intimate partners.
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Score: 1179722.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/default/files/2021-12/israel.pdf
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The Commission adopted five resolutions by consensus: the situation of women and girls in Afghanistan; women, the girl-child and HIV/AIDS; mainstreaming a gender perspective in all policies and programmes in the United Nations system; revitalization and strengthening of the International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW); and preparations for the forty-ninth session of the Commission. (...) The resolution on the preparations for the review and appraisal, mandated in the multi-year programme of work of the Commission for its forty-ninth session in 2005, called for a focus on implementation, including through the expanded use of interactive dialogue and with broad-based participation of governmental delegations at the highest levels and of civil society and organizations in the United Nations system. (...) Over 1.000 non-governmental organizations, representing the five regions, attended the Commission. A total of 176 side events were organized.
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Score: 1177798.1 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/csw48/summary.htm
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For an unauthorized manufacturing, use, importation, storage, offer for sale, sale or other form of placing into circulation of a product containing the patented invention, utility model or industrial design as well as for the application of a process protected by the petty patent or a patent, or for the introduction into the circulation or storage of a product for that purpose that was made by the direct application of the process protected by the petty patent or a patent, natural persons shall be fined the amount equal to three to five calculation indicators1; officials shall be fined amount equal to twenty to thirty calculation indicators; legal entities shall be fined the amount equal to one hundred and fifty to two hundred calculation indicators; the object of the administrative violation shall be confiscated. 2. For the actions referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article, committed repeatedly within a year after the measures on administrative sanctions have been applied, natural persons shall be fined the amount equal to five to seven calculation indicators; officials shall be fined the amount equal to forty to fifty calculation indicators; legal entities shall be fined the amount equal to two hundred to three hundred and twenty calculation indicators; the object of the administrative violation shall be confiscated. (...) For the denial of submission of necessary income data and the submission of false data on income received in connection with the use of objects of copyrights and related rights, natural persons shall be fined the amount equal to ten to twenty calculation indicators; officials shall be fined the amount equal to forty to fifty calculation indicators. 2. For the actions referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article, committed repeatedly within a year after the measures on administrative sanctions have been applied, natural persons shall be fined the amount equal to ten to twelve calculation indicators; officials shall be fined the amount equal to fifty to seventy calculation indicators.
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Score: 1177798.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK17A1_LEG_3.pdf
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Scientists have explained that in order to limit global warming to 1.5 °C instead of 2 °C, as set out in this Agreement, it would be necessary to reduce net global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by about forty-five per cent of 2010 levels by 2030, and to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. The emission reduction targets set by COP21 average around twenty-five per cent. What is to be done? The IPCC has called for “rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society”, which essentially involves reducing our carbon emissions. (...) Since 2010, the cost of new installations has fallen by seventy per cent for solar photovoltaic and twenty-five per cent for wind energy. The cost of photovoltaic batteries has fallen by forty per cent, in addition.
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Score: 1177220.7 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...-3/zero-carbon-starting-cities
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Main menu About the ICTR The Genocide The Cases Documents News You are here Home » News News Five Judges Sworn In Press release | Fri, 09/17/2004 Five Judges were sworn in at a ceremony held today at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. (...) There are now eight female judges in the Trial Chambers. The arrival of these five judges will enable the Tribunal to commence trials in two cases involving five accused. (...) The commencement of these trials will bring the number of accused on trial to twenty-five and the number of persons whose trials have either been completed or are in progress to forty-eight.
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Score: 1174755.7 - https://unictr.irmct.org/en/news/five-judges-sworn
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Main menu About the ICTR The Genocide The Cases Documents News You are here Home » News News Five Judges Sworn In Press release | Fri, 09/17/2004 Five Judges were sworn in at a ceremony held today at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. (...) There are now eight female judges in the Trial Chambers. The arrival of these five judges will enable the Tribunal to commence trials in two cases involving five accused. (...) The commencement of these trials will bring the number of accused on trial to twenty-five and the number of persons whose trials have either been completed or are in progress to forty-eight.
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Score: 1174755.7 - https://unictr.irmct.org/en/node/423
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If fertility rates have been approximately constant in the recent history of the population in question, if the reported fertilityhistories have not been substantially affected by migration, and if differential mortality accord- ing to the prolificacy of the woman has not had an impor- tant effect on the survival of mothers, the average number of children ever born to women past age forty-five or fifty equals total fertility. MOle precisely, the average number of children ever born per woman aged forty-five to forty- nine equals the total fertility of this cohort of women, which in turn is about the same as the total fertility of the population at the time of the census or survey, provided fertility rates in the population have been approximately constant. (...) In many censuses or demographic surveys the average number of children ever born increases too gradually with age, especially at ages above thirty or thirty-five, and indeed a common feature of many censuses is reported average numbers of children ever born that declinewith age above age forty-five 01 fifty. (...) Romaniuk, and E. van de Walle, The Demography of Tropical Africa (Princeton, Princeton University Press), (in press), chapter III. 31 ever born is very frequently a downward-biased estimate of the cumulative fertility experience of women over thirty or thirty-five, and the average parity of women past age forty-five or fifty, being typically understated, would usually provide an underestimate of total fertility.
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Score: 1172608.1 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../estimate/manual4/chapter2.pdf
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The Committee considered the referral at its thirty- eighth, thirty-ninth, fortieth and forty-first, forty-second and forty-third sessions. (...) It further informed that measures to reduce sulphur emissions were being planned for the plant during the coming five years. 50. The Committee recalled that it had considered the case of North Macedonia's compliance with the 1985 Sulphur Protocol (ref.1/14) since 2014. (...) At its thirty-sixth, thirty-seventh, thirty-ninth, forty-first, forty-third, forty-fifth and forty-seventh sessions, the Committee considered referrals submitted by the secretariat in 2015–2017.
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Score: 1171451.6 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...ECE_EB.AIR_2021_3-2113504E.pdf
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Some highlights of the Declaration Seventeen of the forty-five articles of the Declaration deal with indigenous culture and how to protect and promote it, by respecting the direct input of indigenous peoples in decision-making, and allowing for resources, such as those for education in indigenous languages and other areas. Fifteen of the forty-six articles of the Declaration are about indigenous peoples’ participation in all decisions that will affect their lives, including meaningful participation in a democratic polity.
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Score: 1171407.1 - https://www.un.org/development...peoples/news/2020/09/undrip13/
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